“How very much better it would be if Mr. Davis would set up his own governmental organization and start then and there a worldwide international government.”
Garry Davis – World Citizen
Creator of World Passport
Founder of World Government of World Citizens
World Service Authority®
On January 1, 1949 Garry Davis launched the International Registry of World Citizens, what followed up to his death on July 24, 2013, three days before his 92nd birthday, is a remarkable story. One all children world wide should have learned at school yet sadly, very few us have ever heard of.
David Gallup, now President of the World Service Authority. In addition to his role as President, he has served as General Counsel since 1992 and previously served as Vice-President since 1994.
Prior to working at the WSA, Mr. Gallup was a Legal Research Consultant conducting research on construction contracts and mechanics’ liens and a Dean’s Fellow at the Washington College of Law’s International Human Rights Law Clinic, Washington, DC, where he researched asylum and international human rights issues, developed and maintained a human rights document library, coordinated a human rights education workshop and represented asylum applicants.
David shares the story of both Garry Davis the man and WSA and what it can mean for every individual on earth today.